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Heavy Rain And Possible Gales Sunday 23rd And Monday 24th

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After a week of uncertainty it now looks like there will be an area of low pressure pushing up into the UK for Sunday and Monday there remains a large amount of uncertainty at present in the detail but heavy rain and gales are possible

Sunday Rain warning

Issued at: 1228 on Fri 21 Sep 2012

Valid from: 0600 on Sun 23 Sep 2012

Valid to: 2359 on Sun 23 Sep 2012

Wet and windy weather is expected to move north into some southern areas of England and Wales during Sunday. The public should be aware that heavy and persistent rain may cause localised flooding and also that strong easterly winds could also cause some disruption, particularly near English Channel coasts

Monday Rain warning

Issued at: 1254 on Fri 21 Sep 2012

Valid from: 0000 on Mon 24 Sep 2012

Valid to: 2359 on Mon 24 Sep 2012

The area of more persistent and heavy rain is likely to move north into northern England, southern and some eastern parts of Scotland during Monday, when gales are also expected to develop. Both the heavy rain and very strong winds have the potential to cause localised disruption. However, there remains a large amount of uncertainty at present in the detail. The public should be aware of this risk and keep up to date with our forecasts.

Gusts of around 60mph are possible, parts of northern England and southeast Scotland are considered most at risk for Monday at present

Unsettled weather is likely to continue for most of next week but its too early for precise details

You can keep up today with the warnings here - http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/warnings/

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